For Zion S Sake

Author: Paul Richard Wilkinson
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1556358075
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By locating Christian Zionism firmly within the Evangelical tradition, Paul Wilkinson takes issue with those who have portrayed it as a "totally unbiblical menace" and as the "roadmap to Armageddon." Charting in detail its origins and historical development, he argues that Christian Zionism lays the biblical foundation for Israel's restoration and the return of Christ. No one has contributed more to this cause than its leading architect and patron, John Nelson Darby, an "uncompromising champion for Christ's glory and God's truth." This groundbreaking book challenges decades of misrepresentation and scholarship, exploding the myth that Darby stole the doctrine of the pre-tribulation Rapture from his contemporaries. By revealing the man and his message, Paul Wilkinson vindicates Darby and spotlights the imminent return of the Lord Jesus Christ as the centerpiece of his theology.

Israel Beloved Of God His Eye Is Upon You Fear Not

Author: Grace Mcgonigle
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1606049682
Size: 71.76 MB
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'First-Born Blessings upon Ishmael' is a plea for realization of how abundantly the Lord God of Israel has blessed the Arab Hopefully 'coaxing' Ishmael into a new respect and gratitude for the One who has so blessed him and his heritage 'The Fear of the Lord' and 'The Wrath of God' are 'must-reads' for what is taking place today-world-wide Thought-filled poetry should awaken many What is Israel's birthright? Who does this tiny piece of real estate really belong to? Jews, Arabs and Christians alike are disillusioned and have been misled concerning this ancient nation Outright fabrications have been made by those who are-and are not-ignorant of historical facts. The result: grievous misunderstandings, to the truth of exactly 'what belongs to whom' and 'why. Primary historical facts rather than supposition should bring to-those seeking truth-'thought-out' basic attitudes and responses to such Essential changes must be put into action It is time to realize the truth of the despicable forlorn empty cursed malarial swamps and treeless wasteland that Israel had become under 400 years of Turkish Ottoman control-and who it was with work and sweat and shed blood- that restored Israel to what she has become It is time for the worlds' governments and 'people groups' to come together in dignity and justice to honor these truths and to join in the work of restoration of their inheritance unto the rightful heirs

Evangelicals And Israel

Author: Stephen Spector
Publisher: OUP USA
ISBN: 0195368029
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Arguing that the reasons evangelical Christians support Israel is for more complicated reasons than preparing for the Second Coming, this text examines Christian Zionism and the ways that religion and politics converge in American evangelicals' love and support for Israel and the Jewish people.

Israel And The Body Of Christ

Author: Don Hill
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1462035671
Size: 75.42 MB
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At a time when the United States and Israel find themselves mired in controversy, it is important to understand how God s chosen people, the Israelites, must remain a focal point for Christianity. Using in-depth study of the Scriptures, "Israel and the Body of Christ"provides a succinct overview of the unique relationship between Israel and Christianity. Author Don Hill details the covenant made between God and Abraham and shows how it paved the way for recognizing the promises made to Israel. It is these promises that point directly to Jesus Christ and clearly show a distinct connection between the Israelites and the body of Christ. Hill breaks down this essential information into an easy-to-read format perfect for those wishing to dig deeper into this connection. Hill discusses topics such as Old and New Testament interpretation, replacement theology, fulfillment of the law through Christ, the birth of the early Church, and apostasy and religion. As more people turn away from God and many Christians lack boldness in their faith, it is imperative for true believers to immerse themselves in the Scriptures and renew their connection to Israel. "Israel and the Body of Christ" is a comprehensive study guide ideal for every Christian. "

Cuatro Lunas De Sangre

Author: John Hagee
Publisher: Worthy Books
ISBN: 9781617954177
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Pocas veces las Escrituras, la ciencia y la historia se alinean en una misma dirección. Sin embargo, las últimas tres series de Cuatro Lunas de Sangre han hecho, justamente, eso. ¿Son estas las señales a las que se refiere Dios en Su Palabra? Y es así, ¿qué significan? ¿Qué significado profético tienen? En este libro que atrapa al lector el pastor John Hagee explora la conexión sobrenatural de algunos sucesos celestiales, junto a la profecía bíblica y el futuro del pueblo escogido de Dios, y las naciones del mundo. Así como sucedía en los tiempos bíblicos Dios sigue controlando al sol, la luna y las estrellas, para darle a nuestra generación una señal, respecto de que está por suceder algo grande. La pregunta es: ¿Estamos observando y escuchando Su mensaje?

The Reporter

Author: Max Ascoli
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Recovering From Genocidal Trauma

Author: Myra Giberovitch
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442665440
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Since the Second World War people have become aware of the trauma associated with genocide and other crimes against humanity. Today, assisting mass atrocity survivors, especially as they age, poses a serious challenge for service providers around the world. Recovering from Genocidal Trauma is a comprehensive guide to understanding Holocaust survivors and responding to their needs. In it, Myra Giberovitch documents her twenty-five years of working with Holocaust survivors as a professional social worker, researcher, educator, community leader, and daughter of Auschwitz survivors. With copious personal and practical examples, this book lays out a strengths-based practice philosophy that guides the reader in how to understand the survivor experience, develop service models and programs, and employ individual and group interventions to empower survivors. This book is essential for anyone who studies, interacts, lives, or works with survivors of mass atrocity.